Category: Reviews

WGBH Arts This Week: Death and the Maiden

“a carefully rendered thriller that follows the toxic drops of injustice as they burn through the soul.” -Jared Bowen, WGBH

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Boston Globe Review: A man, and a nation, on trial in ‘Death and the Maiden’

“Death and the Maiden’’ is another solid step toward broadening CSC’s identity and proving the troupe can thrive beyond the Common. -Don Aucoin, The Boston Globe

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Broadway World Review: Death and the Maiden: A Play for the Zeitgeist

Under the taut direction of CSC Artistic Director Steven Maler, a trio of actors inhabits the cast of characters who spend 36 hours together in a secluded beach house… -Nancy Grossman, Broadway World

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Broadway World Review: Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s Starry Reading of Brecht’s Anti-Nazi Play

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company Artistic Director Steven Maler welcomed the audience to this one-night only staged reading of Fear and Misery in the Third Reich at the Carling-Sorenson Theater at Babson College with a preview of the 2018 season. Following in the wake… Read More

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CSC’s First Boston Globe Review, 1996

A mid-city ‘Dream’ comes true The Boston Globe by: Ed Siegel Jul 22, 1996 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Play in five acts by William Shakespeare Directed by Steven Maler. Set, Susan Zeeman Rogers. Costumes, Jane Alois Stein. Lighting,… Read More

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